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Mayakoba Odds: Picks & Predictions for World Wide Technology Championship

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Mayakoba Odds: Picks & Predictions for World Wide Technology Championship

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It’s definitely the leisure portion of the golf betting calendar, with the Tour hitting all the tropical locales including this week’s World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba.

Justin Thomas is the betting favorite at sportsbooks with +1100 odds. Defending champion Viktor Hovland is second alongside Abraham Ancer at +1600.

Tony Finau is fourth on the board at betting sites with +2000 odds, while Brooks Koepka and Scottie Scheffler round out the top six at +2500.

2021 World Wide Technology Championship At Mayakoba Odds

Player WinnerTop 5Top 10
Justin Thomas +1100 +300 +140
Abraham Ancer +1600 +350 +170
Viktor Hovland +1600 +350 +180
Tony Finau +2000 +400 +200
Brooks Koepka +2500 +450 +200
Scottie Scheffler +2500 +450 +250
Cameron Tringale +2800 +500 +300
Shane Lowry +3000 +550 +300
Tyrrell Hatton +3000 +550 +300
Billy Horschel +3000 +550 +300

Odds via DraftKings and current as of publication. Check out our DraftKings sportsbook review for more information.

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World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba Expert Pick & Betting Tips

Talor Gooch Top-5 Finish

Odds: +650 at DraftKings

Gooch is near the top of the board on betting apps this week, and with good reason.

The 29-year-old has had two top-5s and a T-11 in his first three starts of the 2022 season, finishing 21-under-par his last time out at the CJ Cup. The irons game has been on point all year and he’s currently third on Tour in Strokes Gained Tee to Green. Distance isn’t a huge factor at this course, and we love the way Gooch is striking it right now.

We’ve been expecting big things from Gooch for a while now, and he hasn’t put it all together. So far this season it looks like something is finally clicking. We’re on Gooch for a top-5 finish at +650 odds.

World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba Betting Tips

There’s plenty of course history to go on here, with the tournament formerly known as the Mayakoba Golf Classic taking place at El Camaleon Golf Club every year since 2007.

This is definitely a resort course and scoring tends to go low – the winning score has been 20-under-par or lower in four of the past five years. There isn’t much of an emphasis on distance here compared to other courses. Accuracy off the tee and into the greens is far more important than bombing it off the tee, which is why we’ve seen winners like Matt Kuchar, Graeme McDowell and Charley Hoffman in recent years.

Age is not a serious barrier here either. We’re pretty much looking for the guys who are striking it with the irons and make enough birdies to get in the mix in what always turns into a Sunday shootout.

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World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba, Date & TV

When: Thursday-Sunday, Nov. 4-7

Where: El Camaleon Golf Club, Riviera Maya, Mexico

TV: Golf Channel

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Dan Kilbridge for Bookies.com
Dan Kilbridge
Handicapper Dan Kilbridge writes about college football, MLB and other sports for Bookies.com after spending three years covering Tiger Woods’ comeback and the PGA for Golfweek.